Palawan is the Philippines’ top destination. Palawan is an unexploited province with stunning scenery stretches beyond Coron, El Nido and Puerto Princesa. In this amazing island, tourists will be shown astounding cove landscape, lagoons, beaches and sharp limestone cliffs, and clear waters. Meanwhile, you may also explore the untouched reef if you go offshore.
Puerto Princesa, which is the capital of Palawan Island province, is the main access point that also near the mangrove islands of Honda Bay. Even further north you will discover the lovely Port Barton beach resort town, the historic fortress town of Taytay and the amazingly wonderful islands of El Nido and also the Bacuit archipelago. Several areas are still somewhat untouched by tourism, such as the welcoming small fishing village of San Vicente and Long Beach, one of the greatest stretches of sand you can find in the Philippines. Furthermore, the undeveloped and unexploited Southern Palawan Island contains some beautiful spots in the entire country, from the Neolithic community remains found in the Tabon Caves, the cockatoo and turtle sanctuaries at Narra, to the entry point for Mount Matalingajan, called Brooke’s Point.
In addition, The Calamian islands, sweep the northern areas of the main Palawan Island, has a well-deserved reputation for one of the best scuba diving spots in Asia. It’s most popular attraction is mostly the sunken WWII wrecks. However, if you are not a diver, there are plenty of things to do here. Small town of Coron on Busuanga is the access point for trips to enchanting Coron Island, with its volcanic lake and hidden lagoons to the south. If you are staying for days, it is recommended to bring enough cash with you. Outside Puerto Princesa, credit cards are only accepted by some big resorts. There are not many banks and ATMs as well.